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CSPAN
Dec 12, 2013 10:30pm EST
home to their state and senator toomey goes back to pennsylvania, says i offered all these amendments to improve obamacare, and his constituent says, well, did you vote on it? no. why not? senator reid wouldn't let me. now, where did this become part of the history of our ciewnt? is -- our country? is this what we teach our children in grade school, the way democracy is supposed to work? no. and it's got to end. mr. president, i appreciate the opportunity to share these remarks tonight. we are at a point in our history that this senate has got to stand up, reverse the trends that have been going on, and to ensure that we operate in an open way, that people have to vote and vote and vote, and they can be held accountable for the people who sent us here and when we make people mad they have every right to vote us out of office. we don't have any right to come here and hide under our desk, not to expose ourselves, not to let people know how we really feel and how we really have been moving the country. so i think the tea party has rightly -- rightly has concerns about that kind of thing
Al Jazeera America
Dec 27, 2013 2:00am EST
blanketed the midwest, causing this 35-car pile-up that shut down the pennsylvania turn pike. 10 were insured and 97,000 customers in michigan were in the dark. that's down from half a million earlier in the week. electric companies say it may take several days to get everything back up and running. snow hampered efforts to restore power to 100,000 customers. >> we had plenty of snow across the great lakes and new england, causing problems with repair workers trying to get the power on for thousands of people. accidents especially in pennsylvania. over the next several hours it will start to diminish. things will get better. we are looking at cold temperatures. here across the north-west we have showers pushing through montana. we will be getting showers today into friday and will last a day, a high temperature of 46 degrees. after that we are looking nice for the weekend. 47 on saturday. better sun conditions as we go towards monday and tuesday. down towards the southern part of california, we are dealing with red flag warnings. temperatures warm, 80 degrees. look at the area. we are
CSPAN
Dec 22, 2013 10:50pm EST
the government for aid? they tell the state of pennsylvania keep out the militia we can handle this. fade deputize no polluting ended a writing within 24 hours and it is remarkable how quickly they rebuilt without any federal support for state support. and then here in dayton there is the flood hit the details of his employees here making boats and they build 90 small boats to put out all from dayton to new rescue people and deliver supplies t deputizes his own force to be sure there are no leaders and this time the national guard does arrive a couple of days late then the private sector in the local community he handled it. is shows the dependency mentality of katrina. self-sufficiency in to pull together as a community to handle this ourselves. i thought it would be interesting from two points of view where in our culture is the debate everything from mayor bloomberg from what size shrinks we drink when i grew up they would say how coffee would kill you. i am still around. i figure that was news and also aided the stock show for the happy days of eisenhower with the unprecedented world
ABC
Dec 8, 2013 5:30pm PST
, the freezing rain. 30 cars collide in milwaukee. also, the pileup on the pennsylvania turnpike. the deadly storm on the move, and in the south, the airport nightmare. passengers stranded for days, showing us the tiny corner of the airport they now call home. >>> made in russia? the report causing controversy tonight. the pentagon buying helicopters from russia, and we ask, what about the ones made in america? the outrage growing. >>> the heisman hopeful cleared tonight. fresh off his victory on the field and off, what was the question that led this young football star to walk off? >>> and her secret, revealed. that voice, the singer who famously stunned the judges and the world. ♪ i dreamed a dream of time gone by ♪ >> tonight, susan boyle revealing the answer to a question she always wanted answered. and why it could offer hope for so many others. >>> good evening. and we're glad you're with us on a sunday night. likely watching indoors and warm. unlike the millions of americans who found themselves driving in the middle of a very dangerous ice storm this sunday. a 50-car pileup late
Al Jazeera America
Dec 4, 2013 5:00pm EST
. in pennsylvania, david, a state appointed receiver for the city of harrisburg. he specializes in municipal bonds and dean, professor of economic research. kil, cities across the country saw declining sales takes revenues, declining tax ref news as people's homes reduced in valley. value. >> a lot of cities are experiencing fiscal stress but i want to reiterate bankruptcies are rare. those who issue debt in the credit market only 10 a year going "g" into bankruptcy. while fiscal stress is a chief concern, bankruptcy is still a very rare phenomenon. >> is it stuffer at a time when the economy is not robust when the state's in which these cities and counties are located are also feeling a lot of strain, is it tough for put these restructuring deals together? >> the state plays a significant role in the fiscal health of the city. they offer state aid to local governments. that makes up a third of the city revenues. when cities cut back due to their own fiscal pressures local governments experience a lot of fiscal squeeze as well. >> are there fewer good choices when you're finally pushed to make a b
Al Jazeera America
Dec 9, 2013 12:00pm EST
and pile ups as we've been reporting a 50-car pile up in pennsylvania as well. tough conditions right now. >> usher, thank you very much. let's turn today, warren, to find out where this storm is headed next and who gets to suffer through what we've all suffered through so far. >> meteorologist: we're dealing with the same here in the east coast. they dealt with it in chicago, and the radar shows that it pushed south. this will materialize into another storm along the east coast. the snow clearing out, and more is on the way. the pattern remains the same but we're getting these waves of moisture that move along the cold air. these are the actual temperatures dropping down, the temperatures are dropping, the cold arctic air is moving south and pushing that moisture to the east. this is the computer forecast that goes out hour by hour. and you can see this area of moisture developing. this will be by tomorrow morning. snow coming down across west virginia and pennsylvania. this mixed line will be moving to the south. it could start initially as a mix along i. i-95. we have more on what to e
Al Jazeera America
Dec 14, 2013 11:00am EST
of the east. we have rain in chicago, illinois, indiana, and across ohio and back into pennsylvania. this snow is going to make its way up the east coast and present problems for travelers. we're looking at heavy snow coming town across much of illinois right now at chicago, o'hare and midway. we have delays. if you're traveling across portions of i-70 through portions of ohio, pennsylvania, around the pittsburgh area and i-80 through the new york state thruway we'll be dealing with this through tonight and tomorrow. this is a look at 12:00 a.m. monday. the front will be offshore. in the meantime it will be producing heavy know from illinois and back into ohio. this extends into western portions of pennsylvania and all the way into new england where we could see up to a foot of snow here today. a lot of major interstate, a lot of folks traveling, we want to be careful on the roadway because we'll have to deal with the chance of freezing rain along portions of the mid atlanta, washington, d.c. philadelphia. if you're traveling along i-95 you'll want to take it easy. we could see a foot of snow
Al Jazeera America
Dec 14, 2013 12:00pm EST
of main. you can see the snow across illinois, idaho, and pennsylvania--iowa andpennsylva. you can see across the ohio valley and tennessee valley and across georgia, atlanta and north carolina. by tomorrow morning the front will be offshore but the heaviest precipitation falling this evening into pennsylvania, new york, and in new england where we could see a foot of snow falling. the roads will be treacherous all the way into the northeast. the heaviest of snow falling into new england up to a foot of snow expect there had. three to five inches of snow expected in chicago all the way back into pennsylvania along i i-70 and also along i-80. this afternoon into the evening is when the heaviest of the snowfall is going to fall. we'll see rates of one to two inches per hour. traveling take it easy from detroit to new york city more than a foot of snow expected across portions of new england. if you're throughout, walking, take it easy, have the snow boots on hats, gloves, this is the time of year that we do get sick because of the whether. >> and check on the elderly as well. >> meteorol
Al Jazeera America
Dec 22, 2013 12:00pm EST
, southern portions of pennsylvania. you can see that band of ice right here, swaying across that area, continuing to bring ice into toronto into portions of buffalo, back into new england, maine, new hampshire and vermont, i-95 is going to be quite treacherous. stay off the icy roads if you can. behind the frontal boundary, a lot chillier central portions of the plains, fargo, tulsa, only 24°. because it's so cold on the back side of the front, lingering snow showers into lubbock, texas as well. the heaviest of the snow, pushing in, erasing some of the heat that we're experiencing across the southeast all the way into the northeast. before doing so it's going to dump heavy rain all the way into detroit into indianapolis. four to six inches of rain in total. atlanta reaching a high of 81. new york city expected to climb to 73. the record is 63. back to you richelle. >> jelelah. urge thank you very much so much. claire davis, 17-year-old who was shot in the head by karl pierson, davis family issued a statement saying this: it is with unspeakable sadness that we write and say that clai
Al Jazeera America
Dec 24, 2013 11:00am EST
up to the great lakes. maybe some snow falling here in western pennsylvania. right now you see the radar, plus the clouds, not seeing much of the snow coming down. more cold air pushes in from the north. what is on the ground most likely will stay there. even as far south as memphis and close to houston. it is down to 34 in atlanta, so bitter cold arctic air is pushing these wind chill temperatures, the real feel, what it feels like on your skin down to about 10 below in minneapolis tonight. by tomorrow in chicago, temperature only up to 20, 29 on friday, saturday it is just above the freezing mark. the cold air, causing some lake-effect snow here as the cold air moves over the warmer waters of the great lakes seeing some snow coming down in western new york, western pennsylvania. some accumulation in western pennsylvania. all the way down to maryland and west virginia, so that bitter cold arctic air is coming in creating that lake-effect snow. it does climb above the freezing mark starting thursday up to 41 degrees. so the cold air is here for a while. roads will be slippery w
NBC
Dec 27, 2013 4:00am PST
trip trapped with nearly 70 people on board. >>> plus two massive pile u.p.s. in pennsylvania. >>> dozens of people attacked by carnivorous fish. >>> and captions on a web glitch. "early today" starts right now. it is friday, december 27th. . >> good morning good morning. it's nice to see you. tens of thousands are still in the dark and the cold and it could get worse, more snow is on the way leading some this holiday season wants heat and power. nbc's kevin tibbles has more. >> reporter: across the mid-west and northeast, crews have been scrambling to restore power to those who lost it during last weekend's massive ice storm. >> pretty much a blip through the area and going along. >> reporter: in lancing, michigan the danz inc.ers have been in the hotel room the last three nights. >> still no power. >> they spent christmas tree opening presents. >> all the other things don't matter. we were together and we still had a great christ. >> reporter: in may, 94-year-old grace burley has been in the dark since sunday. a friend came by to spend the night to make sure she is okay. tem
MSNBC
Dec 27, 2013 2:00am PST
in pennsylvania. >>> argentine travelers attacked by fish. >>> and a web glitch. >>> tens of thousands are in the dark and cold. some this season just wants heat and power. kevin tibbles has more. >> reporter: across the midwest and north let's, crews have been scrambling to restore power to those who lost it in last weekend's massive ice storm. >> going along. >> reporter: in lansing, michigan, this family has been without power for five days. spent the last three nights in a hotel room. they spent christmas day shivering in coats at home opening presents. >> all the other things don't mat person we were together and still had a great christmas. >> reporter: in maine, 94-year-old grace has been in the dark since sunday. a friend came by with a generator and spent the night to make sure grace is okay. temperatures in her home had dropped into the 40s. >> there you go, grace. >> there's nothing you can do, really. you just wait it out. but keep a sense of humor about it. because it, too, shall pass. >> reporter: one of the biggest concerns is carbon monoxide poisoning. >> we ask that an
FOX News
Dec 9, 2013 11:00am PST
in new jersey and pennsylvania. these were impressive snow totals. in some cases, we saw an inch or two of snow an hour. airport delays, we've got them all across the northeast. jfk, laguardia over two hours. newark as well. philadelphia, you're up to two hours. that continues. really the worst of the weather for now is over with. so this could be a ripple effect across much of the country. the system that brought all of that wicked weather, the snow, the rain, the sleet and the freezing rain is exiting. but we have this frontal boundary. and along that frontal boundary is where we're going to see our next weather maker over the next 12 to 24 hours. so we're going to see, unfortunately, a new storm system move in overnight tonight and into tomorrow, bringing more snow, more sleet, more freezing rain to areas that were affected yesterday. so, gretchen, it's going to be a trying time for the northeast and across the rest of the country where we're into a deep freeze. much of the country is feeling temperatures way below average. back to you. >> all right, j.d. thanks so much. >> reporter:
ABC
Dec 13, 2013 6:00pm EST
clears out of here. across central pennsylvania is --thy heaviest is pennsylvania is where heaviest snow will fall. go, andher north you frederick county, 3, 4, 5 inches not out of the question. elevation will also play a role. above 500 feet will see the heaviest snow. this is our futurecast. we have that pressure that moves out of your by sunday. we'll see some sunshine around here with temperatures in the 40's and a colder for the day on monday. a dusting changes to all rain in d.c. and fredericksburg. highest areas of western maryland may even see a little bit of icing. that will not be the case for the beltway. here is our forecast for tomorrow. damages will leave off from the lower 30's to the middle 30's. light rain and snow changing over to all rain by 2:00 in the afternoon. show cold airoks on monday, back into the middle 40's on tuesday at around 41 on wednesday. your -- thethe to title at a sports desk brought to you by your local toyota dealers. >> they say nothing counts when you are out of town. you think that is true? andhey leave town tomorrow play the falcons on sunday.
CSPAN
Dec 28, 2013 9:00pm EST
fellow in the three time recipient from the pennsylvania humanities council living in delaware with his wonderful wife. i am pleased to welcome him to the stage so he could talk about his book "young mr. roosevelt" after he takes your questions he will be outside here in the lobby i am sure he will be happy to sign all the books you go by because you are inspired by his top. ladies and gentlemen, stanley weintraub. [applause] >> fourth term presidential campaign we were near the end of world war ii and many soldiers, 11 billion in uniform, i wanted to find out they voted and why they voted the way they did. i had teams of people around the country i also asked people who went through that period how they voted. quite a number said i voted for roosevelt because he is the navy man. that surprised me i did not expect that. i decided i would go back to find out what kind of a navy man he was. this book is the of results. very often the subject for a future book emanates from the previous book or the research know better examples could be found in he was a navy man i don't think he expected
CSPAN
Dec 26, 2013 8:50pm EST
probably met with the pennsylvania governor on november 14 and that is when he finally realized he had to decide and he did decide to go. he's probably and on the night hishe 17th as he said to friend of a dear brother, he said that on the night he found time to write about half the speech and took what he had to gettysburg and wrote the rest there. there is very good evidence that he in fact wrote the speech late but it does not mean it was not important to him. he used in a lot of care and attention in his words. just because he did not write it for two or three weeks does not mean it was not important. circumstances following abraham lincoln's gettysburg address. sunday at 11:00 a.m. eastern, part of "american history tv" on c-span 3. >> coming up tonight, first ladies and the life of may me eisenhower. then a discussion on the increased number of women in the prison system. later, cnn >> today it is our pleasure to entertain for the first time our first lady at her belated birthday party. ♪ >> ♪ many happy returns >> ♪ to mamie with music ♪ >> a birthday tribute to mamie
FOX News
Dec 9, 2013 2:00am PST
to watch as pennsylvania pops comb for evidence. he and his bride lured a man to his death with a craig's list ad. the victim was hired to be the woman's quote companion. the newly will newlyweds picked man up before killing him and disposing of his body. >>> a nurse on board of a delta fig flight say he and others did everything they could including helping him breathe with oxygen. paramedics tried to resuscitate the teen but it was too late. off fish sh officials say the unidentified boy died of suspicious causes. full autopsy results are due back later today. >>> a war veteran just home after being held captive for more than a month in north korea. 85-year-old merle newman said he was well fed eating traditional korean food kept in a hotel room not a jail cell. even said he was quote bored during his detention. regarding the video of his apology over alleged criminal acts. obviously that's not my english. >> thousands of fans honoring paul walker at a memorial organized by social media. they said prayers and laid flowers. at one point a parade of sportscars drove past the spot near l
Al Jazeera America
Dec 27, 2013 6:00am EST
roads across pennsylvania and new england today. the temperatures are down below freezing barely and philadelphia and new york and the clouds and snow moving through kept the temperature up a little and barely above freezing there just in ohio. this was the snow that caused a lot of problems on the roadways yesterday. the last 24 hours shows that that snow has cleared out and we have nothing here today. things are pretty quiet across the country but there is a little rain in south texas and it will hold off until saturday night where it really starts to intensify. look at this. this is a lot of rain. a little bit of snow there in western pennsylvania but for the most part a lot of warm up comes up with this and rain heavy at times throughout the day on sunday and mid-atlantic all the way up through new england and when this goes out the bitter cold arctic air monday and tuesday so for the start of the new year we are dealing with temperatures down below zero in the northern plains and 29 chicago for a high on sunday and the cold air is moving south and then pushing east so mid-at
CSPAN
Dec 12, 2013 5:00pm EST
. the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. pitts, and the gentleman from california, mr. waxman, will each control ive minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. pitts. mr. pitts: mr. chairman, i yield myself one minute. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. pitts: mr. chairman, every year for the last decade, doctors have faced an ever-increasing cut to their reimbursement under the sustainable growth rate, or s.g.r., and every year congress intervenes with a doc fix to stop the cut from going in effect. 15 times since 2003. the pathway for s.g.r. reform act will postpone the cut providing a .5% update to physicians for the next three months. while this is a necessary and important bill, i'm disappointed that legislation to permanently repeal the flawed s.g.r. formula will not be considered before the end of the year. doctors deserve to know that they will be fairly compensated and this annual uncertainty about reimbursements could lead to access problems for medicare beneficiaries. the energy and commerce health subcommittee worked for two y
CSPAN
Dec 29, 2013 2:15am EST
a lot of money. i would go to pennsylvania and i could be a pennsylvania senator. i could do that if somebody came to me and said here's 20 million box and i'm going to run your campaign that would be tempting. my problem is nobody has. [laughter] and i'm trying to find out why this is. my wife always says to me what's the big reason you want to be a senator because i'm not a policy guy. because the next time i would -- they would vote on war i would vote no. that would be my reason because i have heard them do that call every time in my life whether it's good not to or panama or how many times have we been fighting in iraq and asked to do it will be fun and opiate cakewalk. i have been hearing this every time there's a war. zero cost urgency. it's always you must do it and it's free. two months later it's well we didn't get the facts right and it's going to cost a fortune and it's never going to end. >> hi chris. >> let me finish this question. [laughter] is a great question. it will haunt me as i sleep. i know somebody here who would run. somebody ought to run. >> i'm from
Al Jazeera America
Dec 9, 2013 11:00am EST
like thunder. frigid air blankets pennsylvania, new jersey. all that snow did not stop philadelphia fans braisin facins their favorite teams played. >>> utilities workers are racing to get lights back on, thousands are living without power across the country, and with a threat of new ice accumulations more outages could be on the way. all that and the official start of winter is still two weeks away. >> that was eboni deon reporting. where is the storm now and where is it heading next? we'll return to dave warren. i got stuck in the mess. >> meteorologist: you and a lot of people got stuck in the mess. the storm will clear out. winter weather advisory in effect this morning. winner storm watch in effect for what's coming tonight. another wave of low pressure moving along this pattern which is stuck in the same pattern. we'll see another round of rain, sleet and know. we see this all clearing out. there is still rain coming down across parts of southeastern pennsylvania. the temperatures have climbed barely above freezing. and the snow and ice is still on the ground. the temperatures
Al Jazeera America
Dec 23, 2013 1:00am EST
, pennsylvania, university of pennsylvania, and taught the residents. they are there. they think they know everything. on their first days he says, "i need you to under this. if you tell your patients if they do these five things, sleep eight hours a day, eat a balanced diet. chers three times a week and do not smoke, pay attention to mental health, you honour that, if you do the five things chances of getting all diseases drop below every medicine, every pill ever inveented. everyone goes down because the human body is a system. they didn't believe him. here is the most important thing. if your pairnts don't do one of these things their chances of getting diseases go back to the norm. they rise. >> do all the things but you smoke. sleep. >> and then you get false negatives. i went oh, my gosh. i literalry -- literally remember a flush. when a movie is not right, it's not working, it bothers you until it goes click and you get release. this is that moment. this is how we need to look at the table of information. there are things when done together that work. when you do them separately you
Al Jazeera America
Dec 24, 2013 2:00pm EST
24 hours mainly in western new york, northwestern pennsylvania, even through central pennsylvania. you can see some accumulations here, not only today but early tomorrow. so that can add to the snow that is on the ground. as far as the temperatures go, well, they are dropping and they will be even colder over the next four hours. here across the northeast, and then went one on thursday, barely up to thursday and friday. so just a brief cold snap here. >> dave, thank you. the holiday season bring as small sign of hope to the people in the philippines. drapednt lantern draped with the flag sitters in the middle of all the rubble. limited holiday celebrations include a baptism of newborns and children while dancing in makeshift refugee camps. tomorrow there will be a christmas day maz, thank you for watching al jazeera america. >> i'm mei-ling mcnamara in canada here to discover how the great bear rainforest is being protected. >> i'm amanda burrell. i'm in london to find out how to make old houses green. >> and i'm yaara bou melhem in indonesia's south sulawesi looking at how the ef
FOX News
Dec 15, 2013 7:00am PST
murphy of pennsylvania. he's a psychologist, a doctor, to talk to him about his view about what's going on with obama care. >> a lot of them are worried. >> saying a final farewell to nelson mandela. the casket of the former antiapartheid leader arriving in his home where he was laid to rest in an elaborate state funeral. thousands gathered for the services ending a national mourning period for a man who led his people to freedom, unified the country, and inspired the world. we're live from sowoetto, south africa. >> a poignant and emotional good-bye for south africans for their beloved leader, nelson mandela. 145,000 people attended the ceremony in qunu in the eastern rural area of south africa. it was a combination of state funeral and traditional african rite. the crowd included folks from all around the world. reverend jesse jackson, britain's prince charles, oprah winfrey, and archbishop desmond toto was there, too. the speakers at the nearly four-hour-long event included family members, religious leaders, including the president of south africa right now, jacob zuma. listen to som
NBC
Dec 26, 2013 5:30pm PST
to work around the clock in frigid, icy conditions. in pennsylvania the icy conditions are blamed on several multi-vehicle pile-ups and crashes along the pennsylvania turnpike. >> it's winter. it is cold. we say it will get a warm-up. we are talking about in the 30s. >> reporter: but in spite of spending the holiday in the cold, many are keeping their christmas spirits up. dozens of families spent the day in the warmth of the red cross shelter in lansing. >> it is a little frustrating. but it's definitely a lot better than being at home. >> reporter: those warmer temperatures are bound to help work crews trying to restore power, but it is probably not going to be melting a lot of the ice. meanwhile on the east coast, maine in particular, they are all bracing for even more snow. natalie? >> making matters worse there. kevin tibbles in east lansing, michigan. thanks so much. >>> an american contractor held kidnapped from his home in pakistan more than two years ago has surfaced in a new video released by his captors. it shows him talking about his confinement and asking the u.s. gov
ABC
Dec 8, 2013 5:00pm PST
through blast. 27 states are under a winter weather advisory with storm systems from texas to pennsylvania. this is philadelphia. slammed today by blizzard conditions. at least 16 deaths are blamed on the bad weather. the snow is causing treacherous conditions and massive travel delays. more on that in a moment. first, the latest on our cold snap. we have live team coverage. let's check in with weather anchor spencer christian. >> chilly speaking about lou cold it -- how cold it is. clear styes and temperatures will plummet tonight and tomorrow night. we have a freeze warning for all of the bay area except san francisco. temperatures well below freezing, exposed pipes could burst. please bear that in mind. and there's an increased risk of hypothermia. let's look at the three warnings ahead, looking at a live look. tomorrow morning and tuesday morning, overnight and tomorrow morning and tuesday morning, low temperatures inland, low 20s, low temperatures around the bay, upper 20s, low temperatures on the coast, low 340ness. we -- 30s. slightly less cold conditions tuesday night and wednesday
NBC
Dec 9, 2013 5:30pm PST
on the pennsylvania turnpike involving 40 vehicles. one man was killed when he got out of his car. when on the field -- >> he's got it. >> reporter: blizzard football for the eagles/lions game. philadelphia buried in eight and a half inches of snow. on the steps made famous by rocky balboa, half a dozen atvs did donuts in the snow. no, it's not legal. further south, d.c. and the suburbs have been caked in ice. cars, roads, tree limbs and power lines covered in it. snapping tree branches and cutting power to nearly 100,000. among them the ratigans who at least have a fire to keep them warm. >> the power goes out here more often here than in any country we have ever lived in. >> reporter: it's now a race against time with with rain and sleet falling. the power crews are anxious to get lines repaired before d.c. is hit with with up to five inches of snow. in dallas so much ice that on the highways today, they were down to a crawl. the snow and ice extended west into colorado and utah. meanwhile, delays and cancellations at the nation's airports. flight aware's misery map showing where tens of thousands
MSNBC
Dec 27, 2013 2:30am PST
in pennsylvania. >>> and lucky travelers cash in on a web glitch. good morning, nice to see you. tens of thousands still in the dark and the cold and it could get worse. more snow is on the way, leading some this holiday season just wanting heat and power. kevin tibls has more. >> reporter: across the midwest and northeast, crews are scrambling to restore power to those who lost it during last weekend's massive ice storm. >> going along. >> reporter: in lansing, michigan, the danzigers have been without power for five days and spent the last three nights in a hotel room. they spent christmas day shivering in coats at home opening presents. >> we were together. the other things don't mat person we still had a great christmas. >> reporter: in maine, 94-year-old grace has been in the dark since sunday. a friend came by with a generator and spend the nigtd. temperatures in her home dropped into the 40s. >> there you go, grace. >> reporte nothi >> nothing you can do. keep a sense of humor. >> reporter: one of the biggest certains is carbon monoxide poisoning from poorly ventilated haerts. seven deaths
SFGTV2
Dec 3, 2013 12:00pm PST
melon in pittsburg, pennsylvania. i spent some time as assistant executive director for a non-profit. we did work if a lot of kids in the neighborhood. i have done fundraising for candidates and issues. i have experience with the federal reserve bank of san francisco. when i look around my neighborhood and see the changes that are happening, i so there is no neighborhood grocery store. i see that small businesses in particular are coming and going, and they haven't been able to really sustain themselves. from my work experience in working for the city in the mayor's office as well as in the non-profit, i had a good sense as to what some of the challenges were. when i look in the future, i could see more challenges coming. i thought i had a set of experiences and more importantly a passion and desire to serve. >> i understand that no one wants to have their programs cut. of course not. i also want everyone here to understand that no one up here wants to cut programs because they don't care about the population being served. there are no value ains here. we are all on the same team. it is
ABC
Dec 26, 2013 4:00am EST
on through the early morning hours. for most of us, just a nuisance event across much of pennsylvania, new york, up into new england. a light snow through the day. a coating of an inch or two at most. this low will strengthen, move up the coast and bring a band of heavier snow to portions of maine. especially along the coast. three to six inches through the night. behind this system, fresh arctic air. that's diving into the northern tier of the country. that will move towards the east as we head towards new year's eve. john and reena, back to you. >>> hot and dry conditions on the west coast are being blamed for sparking a wildfire burning north of los angeles. new video shows crews trying to contain what's being called the lilac fire. there's plenty of fuel forhehe firewhich is likely being made worse by the santa ana winds. temperatures are at or near record highs for the past few days. >> this morning, online shoppers slamming u.p.s. and fedex on special media, of they failed to deliver packages on christmas day. it's being blamed on bad weather, overloaded systems and a shorter shoppin
CBS
Dec 2, 2013 4:30am EST
in maryland, six in kansas one in pennsylvania. >>> an organization that helps the poor needs a lot of help itself this morning. it got burglarized over the weekend and is now missing $10,000. >> the office is on martin luther king boulevard. there are signs it may have been an inside job. >> reporter: it is not the way we are used to seeing the red salvation army kettles. these have been cracked open with nothing but loose change around them. administrators at this southeast dc salvation army say this suspect or pair of suspects broke into the building. they tell us whoever did this knew exactly what they were looking for. >> they gained access to this office and systematically went kettle to kettle, taking out any of the dollar currency that was in there, which could be dollar bills, fives, tens, 20s. >> that suspect headed for the doors in a mad dash to get out of here with all the stolen money. it was a at that point he encountered a security officer, pulled a knife on the person and took off running. cash was taken not only from the red kettles but also from a safe that stored don't na
CBS
Dec 2, 2013 12:00pm EST
:00 this morning at this bp gas station on walters lane near pennsylvania avenue. authorities believe the victim was a gas station customer. police also are trying to establish a motive for the shooting. the victim's name is not being released until next of kin have been notified. >>> funeral services for slain postal worker tyson barnett were held sunday. prince george's county police were back in the neighborhood on saturday where the 26-year- old was shot to death. detectives hope somebody saw something which will help them determine a motive and find barnett's killer. a $125,000 reward is being offered in the case. >>> today is the busiest shipping day of the year for fedex. delia goncalves learned the ins and outs of the shipping business at the northeast warehouse. >> reporter: the operation a well-oiled machine. crews unload freight trucks, sort the packages on the conveyor belt. drivers pick up the parcels, scan them, and then hit the road. you cover not only dc but maryland as well. these crews head out the door at 8:00? >> probably about 7:45 well's be out of the building. 115 to 120 r
CBS
Dec 12, 2013 12:00pm EST
mix. doesn't look so bad in d.c. but if you're going to be in the mountains, pennsylvania, there will be snow up that way. maybe just a hair before it switches over here in washington. nice and sunny on our michael & son weather camera today but cold. only the low 3 30z -- low 30z. -- low 3w0z. right now 3 -- 30s. right now 32. may get to 33. we do have the winds. they will get lighter this afternoon. the visual satellite image, we have the clouds pulling away. this is kind of neat. i was looking at this a moment ago. you see all this here in fauquier county, loudoun county, upper montgomery. all of this that's not moving, this is snow pack on the ground there through philadelphia as well, the blue ridge, back down through the shenandoah valley we're seeing that nice, white snow pack. the winds have been gusting over 20 miles an hour at times. winchester 22. washington at 20. gusting to 20 at bwi. so that's kind of adding a little insult to injury on these very cold temperatures on this thursday afternoon which are only in the mid-20s in hagerstown and westminster 24. we'r
Al Jazeera America
Dec 12, 2013 8:00pm EST
of three months. i did know have people come from pennsylvania, internationally, i have a chef that came from paris, i had coloradoians, californians, floridians so it was a good mix of locals and even internationallers. >> i'm sure we will talk about, thank you very much. >> thank you, john. >> shipping surge, millions of packages will be delivered've this holiday season, what it takes to get them to you on time. >> plus, campaigning for citizen ship. actvys make their case for immigration reform, one last time before congress heads home for recess. welcome back to al jazeera america. and here are the top stories. execution in north korea, the country says it has executed the uncle of leader for trees son. signing controversial the man accused of fake signing in language during the nelson mandela memorial service said he was suffering from schizophrenia, he said he suffered hallucinations and says he doesn't remember the event. >> the motion is agreed to, is adopted. >> and house approval. the new two year deal was approved tonight in the house, a senate vote is accounted next week. app
FOX News
Dec 17, 2013 2:00am PST
portions of the great lakes and pennsylvania and new jersey. it will will race eastward. by tomorrow morning the storm has gone out of the northeast and also portions of new england. in terms of snowfall accumulation the more significant accumulations that could go across eastern maine not too bad in new york city. forecasting 1.2 inches of snow. it is dry across the northeast through out the day today. you will have cold company temperatures and some snow. >> my only request is it hold off until i finish my christmas p shoing. >> good luck with that. what are you buying me? >> we will see. >> a man convicted of master mining a scam to a navy veteran's charity will spend 28 years in prison. he called himself bobby thompson. authorities say his real name is john donald cody a harvard trained attorney. in addition to the prison sentence he was ordered to pay back $6 million in fines. new york serving top cop has a new job. nypd commissioner ray kelly will serve as a public speaker after he leaves the department at the end of the month. kelly looks forward to sharing the lessons he lear
NBC
Dec 12, 2013 11:00pm EST
died. seven dead in big bear, california. pennsylvania, indiana, texas a long list of fatal bus crashes. now the results of a nationwide crackdown on what the government calls unsafe operators. in all, 52 interstate bus companies from small carriers to larger regional coach lines, put out of business. a total of 340 buses taken off the road. >> these are companies that had a blatant disregard for basic safety principles. >> out of 4,000 bus operators, investigators zeroed in on 250 with poor safety records. among the violations, failure to properly maintain buses. inadequate drug and alcohol testing and widespread violation keeping drivers on duty far longer than d.o.t. regulations allow. drivers regularly were found talk on the phone. >> he just ran a red. >> running red lights and speeding. >> 71 in a 55 zone. >> reporter: one of the operators it followed is now out of business. today, the nation's bus association applauded the crackdown. >> clearly the industry is a very safe industry, but there's a disproportionate small number of companies that cause a lot of injuries and a lot of
CBS
Dec 26, 2013 5:00am EST
there's a building fire which is now closing minnesota avenue east of pennsylvania avenue in southeast d.c. for a stretch there. so again minnesota avenue closed east of pennsylvania avenue in southeast d.c. with a building fire. so please do keep that in mind for your travel plans early this morning. coming into the district using the gw parkway on the other side looks great. no problems on the beltway on the west side of town. let's go to a live picture there at the american legion bridge. as i said volumes are very, very light early this morning. let's go back over to the maps and this time to 95 coming up from triangle all the way to springfield. no problems to report right now. volumes are light. it's a normal work day so yes, hov restrictions are in effect all over washington. we'll take a live look on the northbound side here in springfield. you're not going to have to worry about volume i don't think throughout this morning's rush hour. back to you, jess. >> thanks so much. >>> a prince george's county man loses many of his prize possessions on christmas night. his home went up i
Bloomberg
Dec 16, 2013 5:00pm EST
with the department of agriculture in pennsylvania. is there something special about what goes on in pennsylvania in terms of baked goods gekko >> i would guess those -- in terms of baked goods? >> i would guess those baked goods are made in pennsylvania. >> so it is a state-by-state regulation. >> yes. >> and distribution in the u.s., has that been a challenge? finding the shelf space? >> we have worked with mostly small to regional distributors. and we have gone state-by-state, city by city. we are now going with some of the larger distributors, u.n. fi , getting into safeway and some of the larger chains. we did a lot of work on the ground to build our distribution network. >> do you have a favorite cookie? >> yes, the chocolate chip and the ginger zinger. both of those are my two favorites. >> well done. he chief executive of tate's bakeshop. coming up, test your trading with a board game that bears the same name. also, time for mr. guest clue number two. my mystery guest can judge a man by its cover. med by its cover. ♪ >> first, a look at what is on wall street agenda for tomorrow. let's
CSPAN
Dec 8, 2013 9:00pm EST
don't think so. it turned out i met him right outside of pennsylvania. the actual mason-dixon line. today there are quite a large number of, you know, white supremacist extreme right-wing stronghold and it turns out that in a lot of suburban schools along western new jersey, southern pennsylvania a lot of schools are so short on cash that schools actually rent out their auditorium, the jim for gun shows on weekends. so i walked into basically what is a high school and inside the gym there is tables and tables of guns -- >> host: is there also a middle school basketball game -- >> guest: but as you walk in there o are tables out in front with lots of pamphlets. prior to entering the gun show and the pamphlets all have to have a government is trying to take away your right to own guns and doing this and that and obamacare is terrible, so those were the ones i wanted to talk to because they were the ones with the ideas. so i went up to this one table and i just sort of said -- i pick up a pamphlet and said is this yours and about three or four guys were standing around this table talk
CSPAN
Dec 29, 2013 10:00pm EST
of the pennsylvania railroad whose sister he knew well from the world fair. he used his prestige with congress. the eyesores will be removed from the mall and tunnels would be built under the capitol to phill the station would be filled down health north of the capitol. he made his design a current curtain of classical architecture past with though buildings of the roman empire. the white marble a cold blue white and finally found the perfect vermont. however it was shot down, he was told, in memory of their son who died at an early age to get no amount of convincing could even convince the man that he wanted to open until last died and so the inquiry into the project for the station. the union station surfaced in that material. most everyone that entered passed through that gate in 1908. its facade and interior screen the training yard and all looked the builders responded by the in and a real season even though the station stands at the head of the class. as of the town became a high of of building activity with wagons looking at this oil and qualities of concrete rock pile the ball on the b
FOX News
Dec 14, 2013 4:00pm PST
of pennsylvania and upstate new york and northern half of jersey and fill in southern parts of now new and it will get worse. and look at the future radar and a model depiction what it should look like in the next several hours and it was a magic line with the snow and rain. and so that is going to warm things up on the coast and by around midnight, the snow in new york city crosses to rain. the frozing rape in the pink. northern new jersey and eastern pennsylvania. look for the threat of icing and it is all snow in the early evening hours and boston. and we'll warm up crossing over to rain as well. all of this is out of the way. and temperatures are not that cold behind it. and we'll so significant snowfall totals. and the higher elevations and in the mountains, and the hills. the coastal areas will not be as bad because of the rain. things will cam down a bit. good thing it is happening over the weekend. >> that monday morning commute can be a real bear. >> you bet. >>> a retired fbi agent held in iran. and why he was there in the 50 place believed to be taken and who he was working
FOX News
Dec 17, 2013 11:00am PST
that the jewelry was cleaned thoroughly before it was given back to the owners. >> pennsylvania teen hunter was accused of not being a hunter anymore. plus police catch up with a suspect and casey what are you eating on down there? i hear you got the massive gingerbread house. >> you are going to love this one. look at this thing. it is massive. we'll see you after the break. >>> a pennsylvania teen hunter attacked by a bear so severe she almost lost her ear. now she gets a letter from the animal rights group p eemteta: >> joining us now lisa lange, senior vice president of peta. >> good day to both of you. >> let me start with you laura. how could this probably -- lisa. how could you have probably in the organization written this letter to a girl who have been mauled by a bear and lost her life. if anyone wants to read the letter it is at peta.org. it pleads with her to lay down her guns. there is nothing harsh about it. we think that it is now, when she has suffered a ter rising attack of her own. >> really? >> this was a mother bear who was trying to protect her cubs. the family acknowle
PBS
Dec 17, 2013 8:00pm PST
at this time he wants something in return he fell on that ahead. and in pennsylvania a bar of soap can linger you really can't pass to people cents a month in jail after police that stuff they sell cocaine. we take a look and talk to the waiter scrubbing their records clean leader has kept a fan. it's easy december seventeen i can watch. i've been hearing a bit when you're watching our tea. n we begin today with an open letter that adverts and has written to the people of brazil and the letter which was published today in brazil spoke on newspaper son and said he'd be willing to help brazil investigate the nsa spying on its soil but cannot fully participate in doing so without being granted political asylum. because the us government posts will continue to interfere with my ability to speak. so then went on to say that of american senators tell us that brazil should not worry because this is not surveillance data collection they say it's done to keep you say they're wrong. there is a huge difference between needle programs and these programmes of dragnet mass surveillance that put entire popu
ABC
Dec 26, 2013 5:30pm PST
their grievances. >> ironically, our items are sitting in bethlehem, pennsylvania. >> ups made my naughty list this year. >> reporter: ups and fedex which also saw delays say the problems were created by what they called a perfect storm, bad weather, more packages and a shorter delivery season. both spent the day apologizing to customers, saying they expect to deliver all the delayed packages today and fedex saying every single package is important to us. the pressure getting to those delivery people, too. one ups driver who has been at the job for 27 years said this has been the worst christmas ever. ups refuses to say how many packages were affected, but finding outrage wasn't hard. the sister of one of our own abc producers paid extra to have live lobster delivered from maine for christmas eve dinner in chicago. the package showed up today, two days late. >> you got them today, two days after you were supposed to get them. it doesn't really do much for you. >> exactly. christmas eve dinner is gone. christmas day dinner is gone. we won't get it back until next year and i don't think we'll be
ABC
Dec 27, 2013 4:00am PST
dentists are going to want to recommend sensodyne repair & protect. >>> check that out. two pennsylvania highways have reopened after a massive pileup. about 35 cars and trucks colliding in a chain-reaction crash on the snow-covered pennsylvania turnpike, backing up traffic for miles. about 25 people were taken to the hospital. dozens of others, treated at the scene. >>> road conditions today should be better in pennsylvania and most of the rest of the northeast. no precipitation, though. but highways near the great lakes may be snow-covered. they may be wet along the gulf coast down into florida. and in the pacific northwest. >> we don't expect any major airport delays today anywhere in the country. >>> back to the news. new details this morning from a paramedic who treated victims in a piranha attack in argentina. >> a school of flesh-eating fish went on the attack on christmas day. unsuspecting families tried to cool off in stifling heat waves there. more than 70 people were hurt. a paramedic working on the victims said about eight children had serious injuries, including losing parts
NBC
Dec 22, 2013 11:00pm PST
of carollers outside of her home. >>> a community in pennsylvania is rushing around to grant a girl who only has a few days to live her wishes. >> she is an inspiration to a lot of people. >> she really provides inspiration, not just to people like me, but to the other kids that are fighting. >> a couple of wishes was to have carollers singing in front of her home. ♪ as they shouted out with glee ♪ ♪ rudolph the red nosed reindeer ♪ ♪ you'll go down in history >> this many people coming out to support a little girl who just turned 8 years old is just amazing. ♪ jingle bells jingle bells ♪ ♪ jingle all the way >> this is a citation from the senate of pennsylvania. just to let her know that across pennsylvania, probably across the world, people know about laney and they've been inspired by her and we just want to thank her for what she has done for us. >> delaney is an absolute inspirati inspiration. we need to see the joy in what she's bringing to this community. and although there is sadness, we need to just smile tonight and try to make her smile the best we can. >> a wonder
CBS
Dec 9, 2013 4:00am PST
to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, this morning's commute for folks from pennsylvania to new england is going to be a mess. a powerful and deadly storm that started in texas moved east, dropping a mixture of snow, ice, and freezing rain that caused traffic headaches and flight delays, and this morning winter weather advisories and warnings are posted from missouri to maine. marlie hall is here in new york and she is definitely dressed for the challenge this morning. marlie. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. this surprisingly strong storm swept across the country, smacking the mid-atlantic region with snow and dangerous deadly ice. the storm slowed traffic and caused numerous accident including a fatal crash on the pennsylvania turnpike. 50 cars were involved in fender benders there. some motorists were stranded for up to seven hours. traffic was snarled from pennsylvania to new jersey. >> the driving today was terrible. it was wet everywhere. my car slipped around the road everywhere. you know, just really bad conditions out there. >> reporter: in philadelphia, nearly 10 inches
MSNBC
Dec 31, 2013 2:00am PST
this morning now traveling over ohio and heading for pennsylvania and new york state. may put down just a little slick coating. the storm behind it that i have circled is the storm that's going to be more significant. that will drop some snow during the day today, areas of south dakota through iowa, tonight near chicago. so, the stroke of midnight, be careful there. then the ohio valley. as far as the northeast goes, still looks like we have a snowstorm coming. it won't be a blockbuster event. it will be light and it will be fluffy. our one computer, american model, is saying possibly 6 to 10 inches from a good chunk of central portions of new england, but maybe not so much from new york city southwards. so, again, that's thursday, so that's just a peek look at it. >> all right, but tonight -- >> it's just going to be pretty much cold everywhere. >> just going to be really cold? >> yes. >> all right, thanks, bill. >>> major security concerns for our olympic athletes arise from terror strikes in russia. >>> plus, getting high will cost you plenty in colorado as recreational marijuana sel
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